Proceedings of the 17 th International Symposium on Management (INSYMA 2020)
S. Suyanto, Y. Sugiarti
The Indonesian firms need to prepare and be ready for the globalization and the industrial revolution 4.0. The inward-looking strategy is no longer sufficient to face competition, while the outward-looking strategy provides a significant benefit for the firms to survive and compete. In response to this...
J. Elizabeth, W.R. Murhadi, B.S. Sutejo
This study aims to examine the effect of demographic characteristics such as age, gender, income, and occupation on investor behavioral biases such as overconfidence bias, disposition effect, and herding bias. This research was conducted by distributing questionnaires to respondents who are 151 stock...
L. Ernestin, W.R. Murhadi, B.S. Sutejo
This study aims to examine the effect of information asymmetry on the dividend policy of non-financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Basically, there is information asymmetry between managers and investors in which investors only know company information through dividend information,...
A Study of the Reality and Proposing Solutions to Strengthen the Application of Information Technology in Small and Medium Logistics Enterprises in Southern Vietnam
N.D. Duong, P.L.N. Thuy
In the global economy, E-commerce has become an essential element of business strategy and a powerful catalyst for economic development. E-commerce does not only open new business opportunities, new products and services, and e-business methods. E-commerce intends to develop actively and essential logistics...
A.Z. Tayibnapis, L.E. Wuryaningsih, R.G. Tayibnapis
The increasingly sophisticated and digital life makes it more difficult for the business world to compete in the market. It requires breakthroughs to remain in a psychologically healthy condition and optimal performance, including building a positive organization so that that employee engagement can...
Hyperlocal Journalism as a Strategy in Facing Digital Disruption: A Case Study of Jawa Pos Newspaper
D. Anandya, F. Mutiara, A. Priyonggo
When the national mass media experiences a significant decline in circulation, this is not the case with Jawa Pos Newspaper, a regional newspaper in East Java. Circulation of newspaper sales both retail and subscription as well as advertising revenue declines, but the decline in Jawa Pos is not as deep...
A Study into Opportunities and Challenges of Blockchain Adoption for Sustainable Nonfinancial Sector Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises—Case Studies in Indonesia
A. P. Tedjakusuma, B.N. Yahya
Blockchain, as an emerging technology, has disrupted many industry sectors, not only the financial sector but also other potential sectors such as manufacturing, logistics, and education. While the application of Blockchain is mostly related to the financial sector, many issues arise in the non-financial...
Young Consumer’s Purchase Intention Toward Environmentally Friendly Products in Indonesia: Expanding the Theory of Planned Behavior
V. Sutikno, Indarini, S. Margaretha
This research aims to examine young consumer’s behavior in Indonesia, about the attitude toward green products, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, environmental concern, environmental knowledge and its influence on their purchase intention. This study was analyzed using Structural Equation...
This study focused on the continuance usage intention toward electronic learning environments using Dağhan & Akkoyunlu integrated model to understand better the determinants of students’ continuance intention to use these environments. The hypothetical model was determined using Technology Continuance...
D.A. Arifah, A. Chariri, Pujiharto
Intangible assets that are represented by Intellectual Capital play an essential role as the key to success and trigger the creation of company value. The current issue is companies have not yet focused on Intellectual Capital performance. Corporate Governance mechanism with a focus on Audit Committee...
M. Indriastuti, N. Najihah
This research empirically analyzes and examines the influence of environmental performance and environmental disclosure on stock return. The environmental performance variable was measured based on PROPER (government ranks), and the environmental disclosure was assessed using index. The stock return...
The Effect of Self-Efficacy, Competence, and Emotional Quotient on Employee Performance Through Career Development as an Intervening Variable on Companies
The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of self efficacy, competence, and emotional quotient on employee performance through career development as an intervening variable on private companies in Surabaya, Indonesia. This research was conducted on 98 employees as a sample. The data were gathered...
Entrepreneurial Intention Among Millennial Generation: Personal Attitude, Educational Support, and Social Media
P.A. Kusumawardhany, I.M.B. Dwiarta
Millennial generation is closely related to the Industrial Revolution 4.0 that pays digitalization and automation in all aspects of human life. The number of digital technology-startups has emerged as a challenge for millennials to adapt and be able to use digitalization appropriately to be creative...
A. T. Wikaningrum, B. F. Mas’ud
The limited quantity and quality of human resources increase the attention of Islamic banking to knowledge management. One of the efforts to encourage employee involvement in these practices is through human resource management policies. The policy is directed to motivate employees to share, create,...
S. Sumiati, R.Y. Sueztianingrum
This research aims to determine the influence of CSR and financial performance on corporate value through intellectual capital. Sample in this study were 12 State-owned companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange over the 2013–2017 period. The data used in this research was secondary data in the...
The Influence of Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Continuance Commitment, Emotional Intelligence, and Spirituality on Performance
A. Hakim, A.Y. Pristika
The research aims to describe and analyze the influence of emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence on nurse performance with organizational citizenship behavioral and continuance commitment as the intervening variable. The population used was all nurses of Columbia Asia Semarang Hospital. Sampling...
K. Fuad, A.B. Lestari, R.T. Handayani
Financial statement fraud is a fundamental problem for companies, and it requires various efforts to prove fraud. Companies that are indicated to do financial statement fraud can be one of the reasons for investors to hesitate in investing. Financial statement fraud has a long-term effect that is detrimental...
D. Anandya, Indarini, A.T. Septiani
This study aims to determine the effect of frequency, duration, relevancy, and brand community on satisfaction in Instagram social media users in Surabaya. This study used a quantitative approach with SEM (Structural Equation Model) was used for data analyses and AMOS 22.0 program was used for data processing....
L. Kartikasari, Hendar
Supply chain performance effectiveness helps to provide many direct and indirect benefits for suppliers and manufacturing companies where it represents the ability to invent and produce solutions that add more value to customers, distributors, and other parties. The purpose of this research is to examine...
Y.K. Feliana, F. Lianggono
Management stock option is a form of compensation which has a hypothetical function to maintain key management, that in the end, the goal is improving company performance. This study aims to prove the hypothesis using Indonesia listed companies’ data over the 2012–2016 period. The turnover rate measures...
This study aims to measure the main factors that could predict the use of mobile banking as well as how to use such a system that could contribute to both customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. This study combines two models, i.e., UTAUT2 and D&M IS Success Model. An empirical study was conducted...
A. Herlambang, W.R. Murhadi, T. Andriani
This study examines the factors that influence a company’s financial performance based on agency theory. There were 5 independent variables used in this study, namely institutional ownership, insider ownership, board size, company size, and debt ratio, as well as the dependent variable, namely the company’s...
The Influence of Transformational Leadership, Organizational Climate, and Job Stress on Competence, Work Motivation, and Performance
This study aims to analyze the influence of transformational leadership, organizational climate, and job stress on competence, work motivation, and performance of lecturer in the province of East Java, Indonesia. The research method used in this study was a descriptive explorative that aims to find new...
The Role of Knowledge Management Capability and Digital Ecosystem to Enhance Digital Transformation for SMEs
Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have a significant role in the economic growth of the nation, but some issues have already existed. Lack of human resources, competitiveness, and many more are examples. In the recent era, SMEs have the opportunity to develop their potential human resources by exploring...
Integrated Financial Technology Model on Financing Decision for Small Medium Enterprises Development
Access to capital is one of the biggest obstacles for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia because SMEs do not have adequate collateral, high-interest costs, and complicated procedures. In this digital era, one form of financing is Peer to Peer Lending, where financial technology (fintech) corporation...
C. Suhendi, M. Nugroho, H.B. Yahya, A.S.M. Zahari
The company will have dynamic capabilities if the cloud service and readiness to change are excellent. Companies will have high dynamic capabilities if they have the readiness to accept changes in the digital era (readiness to change). This study aims to examine the role of cloud services and readiness...
Suhartono, M. Suwandi, A.Y.M. Bayan, A.L.K. Taufiq
Utilization of information technology such as fintech (financial technology) and internet networks can help develop Micro-Small-Medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) businesses. The purpose of this study to determine the role that is presented by fintech for informal businesses, namely MSMEs. Research data...
The innovation capability of companies and SMEs greatly determines performance and competitive advantage in a rapidly changing global environment. This condition requires companies and SMEs to increase their knowledge to create faster innovation capability. Good knowledge management capability in companies...
P.A. Widyasari, N.F. Ayunda
This paper contributes to the evidence that identified gender and skill affect organizational and business practices. This research combines two characteristics of the audit committee, namely gender and financial expertise, as one perspective. The research aims to analyze whether the presence of the...
P.N. Hoang, B.T.T. Trang
In the fourth industrial revolution era, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are rapidly developed and will influence our lives and societies in many ways. In addition, AI technologies can work together with other technologies such as the internet of things, 3D printing, block-chain, and quantum...
Winarsih, D.A. Supandi
The research aims to analyze the influence of Proper rank, company size, profitability, leverage, and media exposure on Carbon Emission Disclosure of mining companies in Indonesia. The Carbon Emission Disclosure measurement used a checklist from Choi et al. (2013) research, which was developed from the...
The Influence of Management Control System, Encouragement of Environmental Management, and Proactive Environmental Management on Carbon Emission Efficiency
M.J. Shodiq, H. Fauzi, I. Ghozali
The efficiency of carbon emissions in the production process contributes significantly to restrain the rate of global warming, and it is strongly correlated with industrial behavior. Therefore, this research was done to explore the dominant factors that influence the behavior of carbon emissions efficiency....
Relationship Network and Business Model Innovation of Start-Up Companies in the Context of Industrial Revolution 4.0: An Evidence from Vietnam
T. N. Ghi, N. T. P. Anh, N. Q. Thu., N. Q. Huan
In the starting phase, despite incentives of government support policies and related entities’ supports, startup companies face many difficulties in accessing external information and resources to innovate current business models. The role of management resources in building relationship networks to...
P. Wijayanti, N. Saraswati, I. Kartika, Mutoharoh
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Indonesia Tax ratio in 2017 was the lowest compared to other countries in Asia-Pacific. Meanwhile, the tax ratio in 2018 was 11.6% lower than the middle-income country for 17.7%. This indicates that the level of tax compliance...
D. T. Phuong
Industrial Revolution 4.0 is taking place quickly and vigorously. It has a widespread impact on all sectors, such as industry structure, supply, and demand of the labor market. In the logistics and supply chain industry, Industrial Revolution 4.0 changes the way of management related to activities such...
E. Pancaningrum, T. Ulani
This research is motivated at this time a lot of product advertisements placed in a soap opera. The test of this study is to determine the effect of product placement on consumer buying interest and brand awareness as a mediating variable. The sample in this study was 100 respondents loyal viewers of...
Cooperative Management Through Standard Operational Management and Standard Operating Procedures to Improve the Performance
E. Wuryani, H. Harti
The purpose of this study is to determine the management of cooperative through SOM and SOP in improving performance. The research method used a qualitative approach, with data collection based on primary data through interviews and secondary data in the form of organizational structure, financial reports,...
M.S. Sundari, M. Ariani
In the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0 all countries must face increasingly fierce competition from the flow of goods/services, labor, and capital. Exports and investments are the keys to national economic growth. All of this will affect the amount of national income, which will determines the size of...
Y.N. Handjaja, B.S. Sutejo, D. Marciano
This study aims to examine the influence of firm-related factors on the debt ratio as well as the influence of firm-related factors on the non-financial firms listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) over the 2013–2017 period. These factors, including internationalization, firm size, profitability,...
B.S. Sutejo, M. Utami
This study examines the existence of abnormal returns on the days before and after the annual earnings of stocks in the IDX 30 index over the 2017 – 2019 period. This study used the event study method to observe abnormal returns of stocks in the IDX 30 index at six days before and six days after the...
R.E. Wijaya, E. Andajani
A memo is a form of informal information that lives within a company. The memos arise because of information needs that unfulfilled by current information systems. This research seeks to explore the role of parties involved in the use of memos in one SOE in Indonesia. In this case, the researchers deeply...
Anggraeni, Basuki, R. Setiawan
The study aims to analyze the effect of asset diversification, bank risk, and bank size moderated by the ownership structure and board of Commissioners on the level of efficiency in Sharia banking in Indonesia. The study was conducted on 13 Sharia banks with the observation period in 2010–2017. The results...
How do Exports and Imports Distress Foreign Exchange Reserves in Indonesia? A Vector Auto-Regression Approach
S. Hariadi, A.Z. Tayibnapis, N. Irawati
IMF conveyed that Indonesia’s foreign exchange (FX) reserves grasped 123.283 billion US $ in 2018 and ranked 21st in the world (China was the highest with 3.103 trillion US $ and Somalia was the lowest with 30 million US $). FX reserves are imperative indicators in international trade that form the fundamental...
This study aims to examine the relationship between socially responsible investment and future company performance. Socially responsible investment is carried out with various objectives, depending on the actors and their preferences. Good management theory explains that social investment can build trust,...
Producing Millennial Generation Leaders in Addressing Change and Meeting the Challenges of the Industrial Revolution 4.0
The millennial generation is the next generation that dominates the workplace and future generations faced with many uncertainties in technology, society, and the workplace as well as business challenges. The industrial revolution 4.0 has demanded leadership to rethink the role of the millennial generation...
The 4.0 industrial platforms is a complex topic. Standards and norms for industrial sectors need to be combined with specific technical specification support. The presence of the internet and new mobile devices with new applications has significantly changed today’s purchase behaviors. Leading companies...
A. D. Aprilia, N. Hidayati
This research is done due to an increase in Fait Hijab’s online shop earnings on Instagram. This study aims to determine and explain the effect of celebrity endorsers on Purchasing Decisions on Fait Hijab online shop consumers on Instagram. The study used explanatory research methods carried out through...
DEA as an Alternative Instrument of Performance Measurement: A Case Study of Five Sidoarjo Small-Sized Enterprises on December 2018
B. Budiarto, F.R. Djumadi
DEA, as a linear programming development, is based on the technique of measuring the relative performance of multiple inputs and outputs. DEA is now one of the alternative instruments that is often used in measuring the performance of economic activity units. The indicator is technical efficiency. Technical-efficiency...
E. Ernawati, A. Herlambang
This research is the development of research that has been done by Nanlohy et al. (2018). Nanlohy used the object of the Consumer Goods Sector Companies over the 2011-2015 period, while this study used the objects of all companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange over the 2013-2017 period. The...
H. P. Dewi
This study aims to determine the factors that influence customer satisfaction. The research method used was quantitative. The sampling technique used purposive sampling with 96 respondents. The analysis technique in this study consisted of three stages, namely the first stage of the validity test, the...
The purpose of this paper is to disclose entrepreneurial values between Javanese and Indonesian Chinese in micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Surabaya. This paper examines the entrepreneurial values variable regarding ethnic differences. Primary sources used were from 4 informants in MSMEs....
Ownership Structure, Good Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance in the Indonesian Capital Market
L.I. Wijaya, Welson, W.R. Murhadi
This research examines the effect of ownership structure and good corporate governance on firm performance. The research variables used were foreign ownership, institutional ownership, government ownership, size of the board of commissioners, and size of non-financial sector companies on the Indonesia...
The Effect of e-WOM on Travel Intention, Travel Decision, City Image, and Attitude to Visit a Tourism City
J. Gosal, E. Andajani, S. Rahayu
Social media is one form of e-WOM that plays a critical role in the tourism industry. Sharing information via Instagram can lead to travel intentions and travel decisions. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of e-WOM on travel intention, travel decision, city image, and attitude to...
Gaining Leader–Employee Commitment: Linking to Organization Performance in Women Cooperative Setia Bhakti Wanita Surabaya
Organizational commitment has been an essential factor in determining the success of an organization. Employee and leader commitment to an organization has acquired increasing demand as it aids the organizations to increase employee performance in achievement, productivity, and effectiveness. No organization...
A. Fananiar, F.N. Widjaja, A.P. Tedjakusuma
This study aims to examine the effect of AIRQUAL (Airline Tangible, Terminal Tangible, and Empathy) on Customer Satisfaction and Word of Mouth at Garuda Indonesia airline. It applies a quantitative method where random samples were respondents who have flown with Garuda Indonesia airline to or through...
The Effect of Employee Training Service Quality: The Mediating Role of the Team Organizational Commitment
F. Kusumohardjo, J.L.E. Nugroho
This study examines the team organizational commitment in the relationship between employee training and service quality. The training of employees used three variables, i.e., the accessibility of training, support for the training, and the benefits of training. This study used Partial Least Square to...
Tiered Small Medium Enterprise Training Model: Achieving SME’s Competitive Advantage in Industrial Revolution 4.0 Era
N.K. Darmasetiawan, H. Winarto, F. Mutiara, D.A. Christy
This study aims to analyze the model and implementation of tiered SME training in achieving SME’s competitive advantage in the industrial revolution 4.0 era. The type of research used was qualitative research through focus group discussion, in-depth interviews, and observation methods. The results of...
The Effect of Social Network Marketing, Attitudes Toward Social Network Marketing and Consumer Engagement on Consumer Purchase Intention on Batik
A. Syaifullah A, C.R. Honantha
This research aims to examine the effect of social network marketing, attitudes towards social network marketing, and consumer engagement on consumer purchase intention on Batik. This study was quantitative and causal type research. Sampling used non-probability and purposive sampling methods. The data...
Does Religious Orientation Matter? Reassessing the Role of Brand Credibility and Customer Loyalty on the Controversial Brand in Emerging Market
A. Setyawan, R. Sutanto So, C.R. Honantha
This study Indonesia is a country with a Muslim-majority population. Halal labels on products and services, especially on food, become essential things to consider in food consumption. Food products that do not have a halal label will certainly cause consumer doubts and become a controversial brand for...
The Effect of Consumer-Based Brand Equity on Customer Satisfaction and Brand Loyalty in the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf or Maxx Coffee
D. Saputra, Indarini, S. Margaretha
The purpose of this study is to examine whether consumer-based brand equity (physical quality, staff behavior, self-compatibility, brand identification, and lifestyle congruence) of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Surabaya or Maxx Coffee Surabaya have a positive impact on customer satisfaction. This study examined...
Analyzing the Effect of Electronic Word of Mouth (e-WOM) on Attitudes Toward City, City Image, and Intention to Visit Yogyakarta
S. Muzdalifah, S. Rahayu, E. Andajani
This study aims to examine the antecedents of intention to visit and its relation to e-WOM, attitudes towards city, and city image. We conducted a structural equation model (SEM) to test the relationship between research variables. An empirical test of the model was reported using data collected from...
N. Badriyah, A. Muhtarom
Lamongan Regency economic development in the last 3 years has increased. This has an impact on a number of workers from Lamongan. Workers no longer need to leave the city of Lamongan to look for work. Research aims to develop quality human resources by having expertise in their respective fields through...
The Impact of MultiChannel’s Single Phase Queue and E-KTP Process Service on Community Satisfaction in Lamongan Regency
Titin, A. Ghofur
Queues have become an important part of operations management. The queue arises because the need for services occurs outside the capacity and service facilities so that service users get services slowly or quickly so that it impacts on people’s satisfaction of absolute needs. The purpose of this study...
Marso, Rafiq Idris, Lydia Ari Widyarini
This study aims to examine the relationship between servicescape, satisfaction, and loyalty intention in the Upscale Café setting. The sample of this study was 186 customers of Upscale Café in Tarakan City, Indonesia, on August 2019. To achieve the objectives of this study, SmartPLS 3.0 Professional...
Corporate Social Responsibility in Higher Education: A Study of Some Private Universities in Vietnam
T. L. Si, H. H. Van
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in education is an essential topic of dedicated researchers in many countries. However, it is a new and luxury topic in Vietnam. In this article, the authors explored CSR in higher education, especially the private universities in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The paper...
Ngoan Nguyen Thi Kim
The industrial revolution 4.0 is a combination of technologies that help to blur the boundaries between physical, digital, and biological fields. It affects all areas of economics, industry, and education. In the article, the writer uses several methods such as studying documents, analyzing, and summarizing...
Analysis of Factors Influencing the Understanding of International Financial Reporting Standard of Accounting Students in State Universities in Makassar
Suhartono, J. Majid, Yusdin, M. Iqbal, Firman
This study aims to determine the effect of learning behavior, emotional quotient, learning motivation, lecturer competency on an understanding of IFRS accounting students. The type of this research is quantitative research using primary data. The population in this study containing by students majoring...
N.K. Sugiono, R.S. Alimbudiono
Slow-moving and dead stocks have been a classic problem of ceramic tile industries. Different varieties of ceramic tiles have the potentials of remaining as dead stock. Thus, this study is aimed at exploring some preventive alternatives and solutions in overcoming slow-moving and dead stock. Quite many...
A.B. Krisnanto, Surachman, Sunaryo, Rofiaty
Small Medium Enterprise (SME) is the backbone of a country’s economy. The support from the government emerges many SMEs that run various businesses. However, selling new products or brands from new business is not an easy task. The use of social media as part of marketing activities is an easy and inexpensive...
K. Ngoc Pham
The objective of this paper is to analyze and evaluate the quality of economic growth in the Southern key economic region from a social perspective. The paper used the indicators of social welfare, social justice, and poverty reduction to analyze GDP, education expenditure to GDP, total budget expenditure,...
The Effect of Financial Ratios and Macroeconomic Variables to Financial Distress of Agriculture Industry Listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2013 to 2018
The purpose of this research is to find out and analyze the influence of financial ratios - current ratio, debt to equity ratio, and net income on total asset - and macroeconomic variables - gross domestic product, Indonesia Composite Index - on financial distress of agriculture companies listed in the...
F. Nancy, D. Sulistiawan, F.A. Rudiawarni
The purpose of this study is to revisit the effect of intellectual capital on firms’ performance. This study develops previous researches by measuring firm performance from various dimensions. Further analysis is performed by dividing the sample based on firm size. Using Indonesian data, the results...
Disruptive Innovation in Food Commodities: Efforts to Solve the Problems of Food Price Stabilization in Indonesia
N. Istifadah, H. Tjaraka
The factors that determine food prices are supply and demand. On the supply side, food prices are determined by the ability of production and distribution to consumers. However, the ability of distribution also determines the stabilization of food prices. Food commodities are primary needs for human...
V. Briliana, I. Sari
This study aims to discover the impact of Perceived Value, Involvement, Satisfaction, Commitment, and Customer Trust on Brand Loyalty on Go-Ride users. This study used nonprobability sampling with purposive sampling methods with 151 respondents. The theoretical model was tested using structural equation...
R. Pramana, F. Firnanti
This research purpose is to obtain empirical evidence on the effects of motivation bonus, motivation debt contracts, deferred tax assets, tax planning, firm’s growth, firm’s performance, firm’s size, earnings power, and firm’s sales growth on earnings management. This research’s population comes from...
CSR Affecting Business Performance Through the Mediation of Employee Commitment: A Case Study of Banks in Ho Chi Minh City
This research was conducted to determine the impact of CSR on business performance through an intermediary variable that is employee commitment. A survey of 304 employees working in banks in Ho Chi Minh City was conducted. Data collected was processed by Smart PLS software with Partial Least Squares...
Antecedents of Online Information Adoption Behavior: An Empirical Study in Tourism Using Online Travel Agent Services
H.A. Rafi, R. Roostika
The digitalization has changed the business paradigm, including the tourism industry. Tourists are becoming more familiar with using Online Travel Agent booking and leaving the traditional booking method. This study examined the antecedents of online information adoption behavior in travel booking. Four...
M.H.F. Ridhani, R. Roostika
An important strategy to attract tourists to visit a destination is by understanding their emotions and creating differences. The feeling of “cool” has become one of the tourism issues, where traveling is one of the ways to be perceived as “cool”. The advancement of information technology supports the...
U. Bidayati, A. Thoyib, S. Aisjah, M. Rahayu
SlowMuhammadiyah’s higher education is led by using a prophetic, associative, active, and dynamic style. This research aims to examine the leadership style called Muhammadiyah’s leadership style. Data for preliminary studies were obtained from 73 respondents who are lecturers at one of Muhammadiyah universities...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors that influence mudaraba deposits in Islamic commercial banks in Indonesia. Factors thought to influence mudaraba deposits are liquidity risk as measured by the financing to deposit ratio (FDR), credit risk as measured by non-performing financing...
W. Kulachai, A.P. Tedjakusuma
This study focused mainly on the effects of political behaviors in an organization toward organizational effectiveness. The samples of the study were 114 police officers in Bangkok Metropolitan. The questionnaire was employed as a research tool to collect primary data. The researchers used a stepwise...
The Effect of Corporate Governance and Corporate Strategy Toward Family Firm Performance in Indonesia
D.A. Harjito, A.R.Christian Santoso
This paper aims to analyze the influence of corporate governance and corporate strategy on the performance of family firms listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Corporate Governance is proxied with Family Ownership and Independent Commissioner and Corporate Strategy with Diversification and Compensation...
The logistic efficiency system and excellent performance is a critical factor from sustainable economic development because there is a positive influence between the Logistics Performance Index (LPI) and PDB. The purpose of this paper is to know and see the cause of high logistics cost in Indonesia and...
G.J. Romadhon, Suyanto, N. Ahmar
This study aims to analyze the effect of earnings management and business strategy on firm performance, which is moderated by business complexity. The object in this study was manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) over the 2015-2018 period. Partial Least Square Structural...
Interdependence Relationship of Internationalization—Performance in Manufacturing Firms Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange and Chinese Stock Exchanges
L. Huang, D. Marciano
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the interrelationship between performance and internationalization of Indonesian and Chinese manufacturing firms. This paper used a sample of 88 Indonesian firms and 989 Chinese firms from Indonesia stock exchange, Shanghai stock exchange, and Shenzhen stock...
Development Strategy of Startupreneur for Creative Economic Business Activities to Improve Local Tourism
The research objective is to find out development strategies, innovation potential, and entrepreneurial abilities and network development to strengthen access to human resources, institutional access, capital, markets, information, and technology to support Startupreneur and strengthen capacity to improve...
Models of Green Parks of Several Developed Cities in the World: Visionary Recommendations for Ho Chi Minh City
Cited from several experienced lessons from developed countries all over the world, this paper proposes suggestions to upgrade, repair, and replace the green park models of Ho Chi Minh city that are environmentally friendly towards a Green-Clean-Beautiful Ho Chi Minh city in the future.
When traveling, tourists do not mind to spend more money to buy local products in the destinations they visited. Finding authentic local products when traveling is considered as providing crucial social identity as local products is unique and cannot be found in other tourist places. This study is aimed...
V. Megawati, H. Hananto, N. Benarkah, N. Juniati
The purpose of this descriptive study is to illustrate the role of technology in a tourism village in Bejijong Village, Trowulan District, Mojokerto Regency, East Java, with its famous tour, namely Majapahit Village (Kampung Majapahit). In the current digital era, technology is beneficial in popularizing...
Developing Artificial Intelligence in Fighting, Preventing and Combating the Digital Business Crimes
N.X. Thuy, N.D. Hieu
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 and (AI) are the key factors creating the emergence of high-tech crimes, including digital business crimes. In the article, the authors discussed the most general knowledge and the application of AI in the fight and prevention against crimes in digital business. The article...
V.T. Tuyen, P.T.H. Xuan
Under the impacts of globalization and the development of science and technology, nowadays, there is an increase in the types of recreation and entertainment in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) to meet the growing demand of people with different characteristics in age, gender, income, etc. This paper examines...
F. Ismiyanti, P.A. Mahadwartha
Through the People’s Business Credit (KUR) program, the government wishes to accelerate the development of economic activities, especially in the business sector, in the context of poverty reduction and expansion of employment opportunities. Distribution of KUR still has several weaknesses, which makes...
This research aims to eliminate the duality perception found in human lives. Prior researchers found that spiritualism and materialism are two opposite things. Human nature chases successes in life, and it cannot be limited by material or even spiritual achievements only (Osei-Tulu et al., 2018). Saints...
Y. Satria, P.A. Mahadwartha, E. Ernawati
This study aims to examine the effect of gender diversity on the board of commissioners and board of directors on the financial performance of non-financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange over the period of 2013-2017. The analytical method used was multiple linear regressions with the...
S.L. Swandono, K. Raesita, P.A. Mahadwartha
The exchange rate is one of the biggest economic issues because the fluctuation of the exchange rate could harm any businesses as they use different currencies in their daily operations. This case study aims to analyze the strategies used by PT Kalbe Farma, Tbk, a pharmaceutical company listed in the...
M. E. Hastuti, S. P. Tumuju
The role of SMEs in the sustainability of the Indonesian economy is inevitable. In the all-digital era, sustainability must be maintained; one of them is through the implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) in SME by involving all stakeholders. The role of research and community service activities...
K. Raesita, P.A. Mahadwartha
This paper aims to describe cultural price clustering in the Taiwan Stock Exchange. The Taiwan Stock Exchange is an excellent example of the Chinese culture-exposed market, where one of the basic superstitions is the aversion of unlucky numbers and the preference of lucky numbers. Using bulk historical...
Corporate Social Responsibility and Full Disclosure: Relationship to Financial Performance of Commercial Bank
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the Philippines is going beyond philanthropy and public relations. This will obtain a snapshot of how companies practice what they preach about doing good. It will further examine how CSR disclosure...
This paper aims to examine the importance of having high human skills in the success of an organization in terms of employees’ retention and performance productivity. It will include a study on how the managers succeed in maintaining the effectiveness of its workforce. The examination has been conducted...